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Service-Learning Project Archives: Heather Farley, Ph.D.

Heather Farley, Ph.D.

Chair, Department of Criminal Justice, Public Policy & Management

Assistant Professor of Public Management

Service-Learning Teaching Details

Service-Learning Sections:            6

Service-Learning Courses:             2

  • Managing State & Local Government
  • Senior Seminar in Public Management

Key Partnership:

  • College Community Partnership Program
  • Glynn County Planning & Zoning Division

Dr. Heather Farley has implemented four service-learning courses and exposed 46 students to hands-on work with public management organizations. Students in her Managing State and Local Government course were given the chance to engage with community partners for the creation of economic development plans. In her courses, Dr. Farley asks students to consider factors such as poverty and sustainability and their relation to economic development. Dr. Farley also serves as the Department Chair for Criminal Justice, Public Policy, and Management. She is passionate about projects involving sustainability and environmental policy.